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Probe body for cancellation of exams if questions leaked before 9:30am
The probe body, formed to look into the allegations of question paper leakage in the ongoing SSC and equivalent examinations, will recommend cancelling the tests held with questions papers leaked before 9:30am, said its chief on Sunday.
While talking to UNB, the probe body chief Md Alamgir, Technical and Madrasah Education Division Secretary, said they will get all the reports on question paper leakage from across the country by February 25 and submit their final report to the Education Ministry the following day (Feb 26).
“We’ll suggest cancelling the examinations whose question papers were leaked before 9:30 am and matched with the original ones,” he said.
The secretary, however, said if they found that the question papers were leaked after 9:45 am or 10 am by when all the examinees take their respective seats, they will not recommend retaking of exams of those subjects.
The government on February 4 formed the 11-member probe body with Alamgir as its head to look into the allegations of question paper leak.